Mar 27 – Apr 02 Ukraine – Russia the silent cyber conflict
This post provides a timeline of the events related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine from the cyber security perspective.
Anonymous claims to have hacked the Russian Orthodox Church ‘s charitable wing and leaked 15 GB of alleged stolen data.
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Directorate of Intelligence leaked personal data belonging to 620 alleged Russian FSB agents.
Anonymous continues its operations against Russia, the group announced the hack of the Russian investment firm Marathon Group.
The Google TAG uses uncovered phishing attacks targeting Eastern European and NATO countries, including Ukraine.
Anonymous hacked Russian Thozis Corp, but denies attacks on Rosaviatsia.
Threat actors compromised WordPress sites to deploy a script that was used to launch DDoS attacks, when they are visited, on Ukrainian websites.
Ukrtelecom, a major Ukrainian mobile service and internet provider, foiled a “massive” cyberattack that hit its infrastructure.
The Anonymous collective hacked the Russian construction company Rostproekt and announced a leak that will Blow Russia Away.
While Twitter suspends some Anonymous accounts, the collective hacked All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK).
Ukrainian CERT-UA warns that the Belarus-linked GhostWriter APT group is targeting state entities with Cobalt Strike Beacon.
Below is the timeline of the events related to the previous weeks:
(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Russia)
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